Honda Drivers Hits Burger King Sign and Needs Car Towing
Car towing was needed in Rochester Hills, MI. Maybe the driver was hungry and wanted a Whopper? Maybe, she had to go to the bathroom really bad and she didn’t steer straight? Maybe she just wanted to have it “Her Way”. No matter the reason, this Honda’s bumper ended up embedded on the sign at the Burger King in Rochester Hills and car towing was needed.
The Honda hit the sign with so much force that the frame and aluminum bumper were embedded onto the concrete support. Byers Wrecker had to use a Jaws of Life to cut the Honda’s bumper free. Once the car was free from the cement it was pretty standard tow. Thanks to the Rochester Hills Fire Department for their help in this car towing recovery.
Detail of Car Towing in Rochester Hills
A car towing company was contacted when a Honda drove into a Burger King sign in Rochester Hills, Michigan. The car towing team from Byers Wrecker was contacted and they rushed out to the scene. They found a Honda propped ontop the marquee sign in front of the Burger King. It was reported the driver took an illegal left turn from the far-right lane and ended sitting atop the sign at the Burger King. The car towing team assessed the situation to determine how to detach the Honda was attached to the cement support for the sign. The car towing team took a hard look at the aluminum bumper. The car towing team determined that they needed to remove the bumper on the Honda without damaging it further. So they decided to cut through the aluminum bumper that had wrapped itself around the cement sign support. The car towing team was assisted by the fire department used the Jaws of Life. The car towing team cut into the aluminum bumper. First, the car towing team cut the left side of the bumper. Next, the car towing team cut the right side of the bumper. The car towing team then removed the piece of the bumper. The car towing team then determined that the Honda could be safely removed without damaging the vehicle further. The car towing team used the winch and flatbed truck to pull the Honda off now that it was no longer attached. They actually lifted it up, the rolled it out. Next, the car towing team drove the flatbed close to the Honda. They lowered the ramp. Then the car towing team winched the damaged Honda onto the flatbed. The car towing team secured the left side of the Honda. Next, the car towing team secured the right side of the Honda. The car towing team used straps and chains for this part of the job.
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